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Not One Dollar More

John Charles | February 3, 2016
The State of Oregon will sell 84,000 acres of the Elliott State Forest by March 2017, in order to make money for public schools. However, ...  read more

Electric Utilities Should Call the Bluff of Green Radicals

John Charles | January 13, 2016
Two committees of the Oregon Legislature will hear presentations this week on a legislative proposal to eliminate the use of coal in Oregon’s electricity grid ...  read more

When Will the State Land Board Restore the “Trust” in Oregon’s State Trust Lands?

Cascade Policy Institute | August 7, 2015
  By Anna Mae Kersey When Oregon joined the Union in 1859, it was granted approximately 3.4 million acres by Congress in State Trust Lands, ...  read more
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Steve Buckstein interviewed about his commentary, Oregon’s Budget Transformation

| June 1, 2012
We sat down with Senior Policy Analyst, Steve Buckstein, to talk about government trying to do efficiently that which it shouldn't be doing at all. ... read more

Rural Freedom Project- Juniper Entrepreneur

| May 15, 2012
Gerard Joseph Lebreque talks with Cascade Policy Institute about his struggles with regulations on juniper and his life in rural Oregon. SEE THE VIDEO. read more

Todd Wynn testifies before the Oregon Senate on the proposed plastic bag ban

| March 9, 2011
Todd Wynn presents the Oregon Senate with information from Cascade Policy Institute and the Beacon Hill Institute on the financial and job related impacts of ... read more

Todd Hosts Bill Post Part 2 (VIDEO)

| February 28, 2011
Click here for part 1 Todd Wynn fills in for Bill Post on Feb 7th, 2011. Guests from this second hour include: John Audley from ... read more
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Portland Set to Approve Public Shaming of Building Owners

For members of the Portland City Council, the end always justifies the means. Their current obsession is energy use in commercial buildings. On April 15 ... read more

Human Achievement Hour 2015

This Saturday you’ll have the opportunity to vote with your light switches. Either turn your lights off from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm local time ... read more
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